NASA's website now has daily photos of Earth available for anyone to view.
The Evesham Township in New Jersey is provideing free Uber rides in order to lower the number of DUIs in the township. This program lowered the number of DUIs per month from 23 to 8.
Congress is about to pass a bill that allows companies to share cyber-security data in order to lower the risk of hacking attacks, however there is a section in that bill that would make white hat hacking vehicles illegal. These are the same types of hacks that found multiple issues with "connected cars" that allow hackers to remotely control a vehicle. This could lead to such exploits in vehicles start going unresolved.
Domino's is issuing 100 cars that will have pizza ovens in the back. The initial test areas will involve 25 major US cities from Boston to San Diego.
Scientists have found evidence that life was on Earth when the surface was lava, around 4.1 billion years ago.
YouTube's new paid subscription service, YouTube Red, will allow unlimited ad-free playing, offline playing, and playing music/videos in the background, allowing users to be on other apps while listening to their playlists.
Blizzard is releasing a Voice Chat system in their Overwatch beta, so gamers will not have to rely on Skype, Teamspeak, or Google Hangouts.
Google is offering businesses the enterprise version of Google Apps for free if they make the switch from Microsoft Word. The free period will last 1 year from the end of the contract they have with Microsoft. They will also cover the $25 dollar fee per user.
The German site called Mobile Geeks has leaked potential images of the Apple Music for Android. The images will be posted in the "News Images" page on NSHN.
Facebook has now made it possible to search all of their posts. That is over 2 trillion posts available to search based on a given accounts privacy settings.